- 7 nights
- Self Catering
- Return flights from London Stansted
Why Holiday in Estepona?
To make it even better, this long-standing beach holiday favourite has a bucket load of hotels to suit every taste, from budget-friendly breaks in self-catering suites to five-star luxury by the sea and All Iinclusive holidays for the whole family. So no matter whether you’re headed off on a heavenly romantic holiday with your loved one, a Spanish family fiesta to remember or a last-minute escape with your mates – this attractive Andalusian town is sure to wow.
But if beachfront bars, lively vibes and open sands are your kind of thing, then La Rada beach should be your first port of call. This golden stretch of seaside is over 3km long, running along the palm-tree studded promenade, with gentle ocean waters twinkling in the sunshine and striking mountainous landscapes in the backdrop. Saladillo Beach is also a hit! One of the longest and biggest bays in town, with over 6km of fine sands, jet-ski rental and watersports, it’s great for those seeking a spot of beachfront fun.
Food and Drink in Estepona
But what can you expect to find on your plate in Estepona? Well, this old fishing village stays true to its roots, with fresh seafood being a big hit here. For a scrumptious Andalusian feast, find a freidurías, these small shops are Spain’s answer to fast food and will fry fresh seafood for you before your very eyes. From tasty fried shrimp to crispy squid – the choice is yours.
Another Andalusian delicacy you’ll find in the Estepona Old Town is the world-famous churros con chocolate . A dish of delicious fried dough strips dusted in sugar and dipped in a silky chocolate sauce, this is true comfort food with a Spanish twist. Popular with any pudding connoisseur, these mouth-wateringly good treats make the perfect after-dinner treat.
If you’re the adventurous type, you’ll fall in love with the natural park of Sierra Bermeja. The remarkable red mountains and lush green forests here are heavenly for hiking, so be sure to pack a picnic (and your camera). Discover colourful birds, prestigious sea views and vibrant floral displays with a woodland walk around this magical natural setting – trust us, you won’t regret it!
Golf enthusiasts will feel right at home in Estepona, with courses for all levels and abilities, it’s one of Spain’s most popular resorts for golfing holidays. If you like a challenge, go take on the popular Estepona Golf Course or opt for the more relaxed, scenic course of Paraiso Golf Club just a little further down the road. With an impressive mountainous backdrop and beaming sunshine, it’s the perfect setting to swing a few shots with your golfing buddies.
Useful Info for Visiting Estepona
Estepona is blessed with a toasty sub-tropical climate, so if you're visiting in summer, you're in for hot beaming sunshine averaging around 28 °C in July and August. Spring is still a good time to visit, with mild Mediterranean temperatures reaching between 22-26°C throughout May, June, September and October.
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